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Scientists are conducting intriguing experiments at several sites in Germany: Bringing back long-lost herbivores, such as water buffalo, to encourage the spread of European biodiversity in a human-dominated landscape.
Sustainable legend and founder of Nature’s Path, Arran Stephens shares how the ideals he brought back from a youthful stay in India are still alive in the largest organic cereal company in North America.
Before many of us were aware of the amazing diversity of heirloom seeds for fruits and vegetables, Jere Gettle was among a few growing, promoting and most importantly ensuring the survival of our agricultural legacy.
Named Creative Director of the Decade by Adweek magazine, Alex Bogusky has been called “perhaps the most influential figure in American advertising today.” He tells OC how he became a fearless advocate in the consumer revolution.
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